Welcome: Kosodate Village

Written by BCCJ
September 8, 2022

Written by BCCJ
September 8, 2022

The BCCJ is delighted to welcome Kosodate Village to the Chamber as an Entrepreneur member.

The team at Kosodate Village believes that education on social impact issues through principles of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is the key to solving many of society’s biggest challenges and improving life for everyone.



Our vision

A society in which half of all decision-makers are female and every individual is supported in reaching their full potential.


Our mission

To promote diversity, equity and inclusion in Japan and offer support to parents in the early child-rearing years.


Our Activities

The running of Ryozan Park Preschool is Kosodate Village’s primary activity. We provide English-language education for children to equip them for success through self-realisation. Implementing diversity, equality and inclusion (DEI) in preschool teaches children to be cooperative and considerate – important values in Japanese culture – while becoming expressive, critical thinkers of a global standard.

Becoming a young adult is a complex and unstable stage in a person’s development regardless of gender. Teens need help learning how to navigate these changes, how to interact with one another and how to face the challenges that lie ahead. We provide DEI-based workshops and mentorship, introducing role models and offering the knowledge and skills necessary for teens to reach their full potential and make a positive contribution to society.

Families have always been the focus of our community. Members and non-members can come together at our workshops, lecture courses and social events designed to support parents’ professional needs, strengthen communication and create spaces for organic community growth. Many of our events are geared towards mothers on maternity leave, who have a unique need for connection and opportunities for collaboration and self-development.


To learn more about Kosodate Village and how you too can take action, visit the Kosodate Village website HERE, or read about sponsorship, volunteering and donation opportunities HERE.